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    Quotes from your child

    "I fucking love this thread" -seanc 39 ¼
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    The WTF Thread

    It'd make you Führerious
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    The WTF Thread

    "That's orna-mental!" "I did nazi that one coming" It's a good WhatsApp group I'm in.
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    Bored In Work 1042

    uh, I forgot to mention it was doing that particular song. I didn't dance like that though.
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    Bored In Work 1042

    Against my will, I did my first ever karaoke a couple of weeks ago, doing a duet with a friend, whose dad is from Mayo, in a Proper Boozer full of geezers in Stratford. It's all you'd hear on local radio growing up. In Zimbabwe, from what my Zim-buddies* tell me, the whole country is just about...
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    Celebrity Creeps Thread

    When I worked in a Supervalu as a teenager EVERYONE loved "I believe I can fly", I'm pretty sure some of them conceived children to it. Probably at work. Then when I worked in a Dunnes EVERYONE loved "Ignition". Everything that came out of the deli/bakery was "hot an' fresh out the kitchen...
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    Minor complaints thread

    And another thing! Tomorrow I'm working at a large multinational corporation type place. So that means I have to do some kind of online H&S induction. They creepily already have my email. I can't get through the hall of mirrors series of links to actually do the induction. So maybe I'll show up...
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    Minor complaints thread

    My shoulder is nackered. I had a moment where all my lads were doing something, I thought I was alone and so just crouched there trying to somehow massage the pain out while muttering profanities. Then one of the security guys came up to me with genuine concern for my wellbeing. He had no...
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    Rain

    Dunno, was it her wedding day? Because that'd be ironic.
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    Rain

    It'd be a great country if they put a roof over it. Or, as my friend who lives in Australia said; He was explaining that having a porch keeps the sunlight off the walls, thereby making the inside of the house cooler. That's why Australian houses have porches. I said "Why don't we do that in...
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    Home improvement

    In an old job, a shop-fitting workshop essentially, that shit became a hilarious joke. NO ViSIBLE MECHANICAL FIXINGS!!!! We used to roar that at each other whenever someone suggested just wanging a screw in there. That doesn't really make any sense, but that's what the client wanted. And...
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    Home improvement

    I don't need a second impact.....or do I? Interested in the angle grinder and the batteries.
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    Home improvement

    I also have a skill saw that I got for free, from a friend, because reasons. Plus a 5AH battery. If you've already committed to a brand, then getting body only stuff might be a way to go. How old is your DeWalt stuff? It's a bit like Photography, it costs much money, but is more likely to make...
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    Home improvement

    That's pretty much all I have ever used it for. Emergencies. But it's good for curves and notches. For example, you're doing a set and you've been told all the measurements, shown the CAD drawing by the man in the suit. IT DEFINITELY FITS GUYS!. And then when it comes to putting up the set I'm...
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    Home improvement

    Of those two, definitely Erbauer. I have a DeWalt but it's battery powered. I've seen DeWalt mains powered ones around. Everyone I see has Makita or DeWalt, or Milwaukee or Festool if they're showing off. Good blades and patience are more important. The blade wiggles about when cutting thick...
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